Another Aby from Japan, Wiggy:
While we were at the park, we found a Gun-Hee sized tennis ball…that squeaks.
In Wormwood Park, there was an art installation involving dirt in an elevated aquarium, with grass growing at the top of it. It was supposed to represent our precious green spaces, no matter how small…
…But Gun-Hee just thought it was a neat place to sit and look at the world.
Which, when you think about it, is a pretty good use for a work of art.
I saw this graphic today.
It is, in a nutshell, what life with Gun-Hee is like.
When we went to the park, Gun-Hee was fascinated by the birds in the nearby tree.
Looking at the birds.
Close-up of Gun-Hee looking at the birds.
The actual bird Gun-Hee is looking at.
Gun-Hee is so much fun to take outside. He is so interested in everything and needs to check it out…
Hellooooooooo down there!
People often ask me why Gun-Hee is the only one of my cats I take outside on a leash.
The answer, basically, is in the photos below:
Gun-Hee isn’t afraid of, and in fact doesn’t notice, large vehicles passing by him.
Trucks, buses, trains…he doesn’t flinch. He truly doesn’t notice these large vehicles.
This train honked its horn, and I jumped. Gun-Hee was nonplussed.